1)For n=4, what are the possible values of l?
2)For l=2, what are the possible values of m1?
3)If m1 is 2, what are the possible values for l (for all atoms in their ground states that are known to exist)?

Properties of Expected Values
Attached is a Adobe pdf file. I am studying for a test and wish to use this problem as a guide. Please give as much detail as possible so that I may understand the concept.

Therapists free of personal values?
This brings up and interesting point: Can a therapist or psychologist completely remove all personal values when dealing with a client? And more importantly, should they?
Question: When can the personal values of the therapist be useful, or be used therapeutically in the counseling set

Calculate the correlation coefficient r, letting Row 1 represent the x-values and Row 2 the y-values. What effect does switching the variable have on r?
Row 1 Row 2
10 151
25 179
32 183
47 198
54 180
63 180
75 117
1. Calculate the correlat

#1 The equation,âˆ‘xi2 is best known as the
a) sum of all the squared values of the variable x in the dataset
b) product of all the values of the variable x in the dataset.
c) square of the sum of all the values of the variable x in the dataset
d) sum of all the values of the variable x in the dataset.
#2 The equation (â

For the rational expression (x^2-1) / (x+1)^2, the domain of this is expression is?
all values of x
all values of x satisfying x does not equal 1
all values of x satisfying x does not equal -1
all values of x satisfying x does not equal 0
none of the above.

If y=sqrtx-2, fill in the following table for x= 0, 1, 2, 3, 4.
round to three decimal places where necessary. B) Explain why no negative values are chosen as values to substitute in for x. Please show the steps i try to solve it but do not get it.

#78. Consider a sample x1, x2, ..., xn and suppose that the values of x, s2, and s have been calculated.
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a. Let yi = xi - x for i = 1, ..., n. How do the values of s2 and s for the yi's compare to the corresponding values for the xi's? Explain.
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b. Let zi = (xi - x ) / s